Job offers by Bundesamt für Verfassungsschutz (Federal Office for the Protection of the Constitution)
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I consider it as spam to publish job offers.
Einsatztrainer/innen (m,w,d) : suchen wir zur Verstärkung unserer Teams… 1 copy
Informatiker/innen - Computer Network Exploitation : suchen wir zur… 1 copy
Informatiker/innen als Anwendungsentwickler JAVA/JEE : suchen wir zur… 1 copy
Sachbearbeiter/innen (m,w,d) im Außendienst : suchen wir zur Verstärkung… 1 copy
Sachbearbeiter/innen (m,w,d) für die Spionageabwehr : suchen wir zur… 1 copy
translated to english:
Special trainers (m, f, x): we are looking to strengthen our teams ... 1 copy
Computer Scientists - Computer Network Exploitation: looking for the ... 1 copy
Computer scientists as application developers JAVA / JEE: are we looking for ... 1 copy
Specialists (m, f, x) in the field: we are looking for reinforcement ... 1 copy
Specialists (m, f, x) for counterintelligence: are we looking for ... 1 copy
If I understand correctly, these entries are all from the same member.
It is possible to remove everything automatically with the phrase "(m, w, d)"?
The title "Hierzu zählt neben der CeBIT (16. - 20.03.) auch die HANNOVER-Messe (13.…"
of work 22457169 doesn't make any sense: it is the fraction of a German sentense, translated to English:
"In addition to the CeBIT (16. - 20.03.), This also includes the HANNOVER fair (13th - 20th ..."
How it is possible to flag a whole "book" as spam — not just its book cover?
And you are right.
It is possible to remove everything automatically with the phrase "(m, w, d)"
I'm afraid not.
How it is possible to flag a whole "book" as spam
If you go to the work page and click on "editions", you'll see the option to flag the work.
I marked everything that looks like job offer or press release/press article.
Maybe it's up to me, but so far I assumed that librarything is for books. If I look at the profile of Aficionado: almost everything press article / press releases
Is that permissible — or am I too… petty?
Not sure about Press Releases, I'd have to have someone else make that call.
Honestly, LT can house many things, beyond just books. We have clothing, perfume, and a few other odds and ends.
- keynotes (assemblies / talks)
- standing orders
- intelligence reports
How should they be reformatted so that they do not look spammy, especially if things do not have an official title.
In some cases, the entire press release was within the title field. That was why I flagged them too.
Many of the 'reviews' do not qualify as member reviews. If they are non review information they can be given a blue flag. If they are copied from another source they can be given a red flag. If enough red flags are given the review will be hidden.
The copright problem, mentioned by acousticmoose, is more problematic the larger the publishers are. DIE ZEIT is a part of Holtzbrinck, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Holtzbrinck_Publishing_Group
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